Sunday October 12, 2014
Wexner Film/Video Theater
Free and open to all, given at level for a general audience.
Wednesday November 19, 2014
Schoenbaum Hall, Room 105
210 W Woodruff Ave
7:15pm - 8:15pm
Free and open to all, given at level for a general audience. ASL interpreter provided.
The Center for Cosmology and AstroParticle Physics is now accepting applications for CCAPP Postdoctoral Researcher positions.
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Check out Paul Zivick's research profile and his responses to some interesting questions about his research on observable characteristics of cosmic voids.
Congratulations to Shirley Li, who was one of the winners of the 2014 Physics department PGSC poster competition. Her poster was on her work calculating cosmic-ray muon induced backgrounds in...
One of the major goals of the ASAS-SN project is to produce a complete census of bright, nearby supernovae. In the last few months, using four 14-cm diameter telescopes in Hawaii and two...
The existence of voids, almost entirely empty regions of the cosmic web, has been confirmed by several spectroscopic surveys in the past years. But so far, nobody knew how empty voids really are
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